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keith replied to the topic 'What to listen to.....' in the forum. 1 hour 41 minutes ago

Some people have fun too......

www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y5ZpXg0GEC4

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Eric33 replied to the topic 'What to listen to.....' in the forum. 3 hours 12 minutes ago

Click into The Singapore Broadway Harmonica Ensemble.Eric.

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john_broecker replied to the topic 'Weird things on my Fabulous F-20' in the forum. 7 hours 24 minutes ago

Sarge, Dezzy and Menganito, thanks for your compliments.

I'm a retired professional percussionist/drummer and
retired semi-pro harmonica player.

I'm also a retired pro music instructor, music composer,
music arranger, and former president and founder of the
Milwaukee Harmonica Club of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA.

Happy Thanksgiving to You, and all other Harmonica Club Members.

John Broecker

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Sarge replied to the topic 'What to listen to.....' in the forum. 11 hours 11 minutes ago

There are quite a few really good harmonica trios in different countries. The Mendes Trio is one of them and here is another from Israel; The Adler Trio
www.youtube.com/watch?v=YTwxKrKMYA8

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dezzy replied to the topic 'Weird things on my Fabulous F-20' in the forum. 13 hours 49 minutes ago

Yes, John is our expert. We are lucky he reads our forum. Thanks John, we learn so much from you. I usually print his replies and file them away.

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dezzy replied to the topic 'Middle C and Octaves for music readers' in the forum. 13 hours 55 minutes ago

Keith, you are so correct saying only learn what you need to know. When I’m studying some music lessons I sort out what is applicable to harmonics. You ukulele players and piano and guitar players learn so many chords. But only a few are able to be used on a harmonica so I don’t learn much about chords. Also I don’t learn about the bass clef , I stick to the treble because that’s my harmonica.

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dezzy replied to the topic 'Middle C and Octaves for music readers' in the forum. 14 hours 4 minutes ago

tpbass wrote:

Dezzy,

Middle C is indeed below the staff and has a line through it. That is the highest note on my Tombo Contra Bass, middle C. Then Bass clef begins and the Contra goes down 2 octaves. Middle C is the first line above the 5 line staff in bass clef. On a piano middle C is in the middle of the keyboard.

I'm not sure if they make a harmonica that goes to C1 with the possible exception of the 2nd reed on a double bass. The Contra is a single reed bass.

I am re-learning to read music and now I am going slowly to get the hole correct with what I see on the paper. It is beginning to fall into place!

Great,tpbass, your knowledge will be ahead of mine because I only study the treble notes. It wouldn’t surprise me if one day a C1 goes on a bass harmonica. I have a note that says E1 is the lowest note of bass. Look at Keith’s URL for bass and chord players.

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dezzy thanked john_broecker in topic Weird things on my Fabulous F-20 14 hours 16 minutes ago
dezzy replied to the topic 'What to listen to.....' in the forum. 14 hours 21 minutes ago

And I have enough trouble finding 12 holes. Too speedy for me.

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Sarge replied to the topic 'The Alphabet Challenge letter I' in the forum. 19 hours 4 minutes ago

Ah, an old Eddie Cantor song. I've never tried that one, but I'll work on it. Thanks for the suggestion.

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keith replied to the topic 'What to listen to.....' in the forum. 19 hours 7 minutes ago
Eric33 replied to the topic 'The Alphabet Challenge letter I' in the forum. 19 hours 11 minutes ago

Hi Sarge,I wasn’t sure where I should have posted this message,so I have put it here.i was going to post “If You Knew Suzie” for the Alphabet Challenge,But I thought it would be more suitable for you to play,so I am looking forward to hearing it from you.Eric.

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keith replied to the topic 'The Alphabet Challenge letter I' in the forum. 19 hours 22 minutes ago

Thanks, fellas, I was a bit miffed at losing my second recording this morning, I'm certain it was a bit better than this one, but such is life. B)

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keith thanked Eric33 in topic The Alphabet Challenge letter I 19 hours 25 minutes ago
keith thanked Sarge in topic The Alphabet Challenge letter I 19 hours 26 minutes ago
keith replied to the topic 'Technique and Learning to play' in the forum. 19 hours 28 minutes ago

At a guess, daughter or grandaughter - who else would know about such an obscure film. :D

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menganito replied to the topic 'Weird things on my Fabulous F-20' in the forum. 19 hours 53 minutes ago

Perfectly and expertly answered John.

You must be a professional player and have high knowledge about all this.

Thanks a lot for your reply. I'm not concerned about 1 & 2 holes any more as they generally seem to be "harder" to play. All I need to do is to learn and improve the tecnique.

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Dexer replied to the topic 'Technique and Learning to play' in the forum. 20 hours 22 minutes ago

Since we're on the topic of Michael Rennie ( :) ), here's quick tale.

I recently ordered the Blu-ray disc of CYBORG 2087, which is a low budget sci-fi movie from 1967. It starred Michael Rennie who was likely suffering a career downturn because the movie was beneath his talent. I reviewed it on my Facebook page last month and said that it was saved by a good cast and, of course, I praised Rennie.

A few days later, my post got a "like" which was odd because almost nobody reads my Facebook page. So I clicked to see who liked my post about Cyborg 2087 and Michael Rennie, The person who liked my post was Tina Rennie. I have no idea who TIna Rennie is but I have to assume she's related to Michael Rennie (unless some random girl coincidentally named "Rennie" shares my affection for Cyborg 2087).

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